Megan Hastie serves as a Lead Instructor at Vohra Method.

Megan started working at Vohra Method in 2016, right after moving to Washington, D.C. to attend American University. She grew up in Seattle, WA and graduated high school with a 3.9 GPA, IB Diploma, and ACT score of 34. She also participated in National Honors Society, volunteered weekly at the local animal shelter, and took steps to make school safer for all students as the president of GSA. 

Although a STEM kid at heart, Megan's love of music, dance, and storytelling has led her to double major in Musical Theatre and Audio Production. She maintained a 3.9 GPA while being involved in theatre productions, taking internships, teaching piano, and working at Vohra Method. Through her internships, she has worked in technical theatre, theatrical education, marketing for theatre, dramaturgy, and directing.

Megan works well with students because of her strong communication skills and empathy, both crucial to any type of art (and she strongly believes teaching is a type of performing art). Her favorite part about working at Vohra Method is seeing students conquer tricky questions they have been working on for a long time. She is also an avid Harry Potter fan and cat lover. She is currently refining Vohra Method's AP Physics curriculum and plans to develop curricula in artistic subjects for Vohra Method in the future.